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Vincent Kompany on Burnley move for Cristiano Ronaldo

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Vincent Kompany on Burnley move for Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo is a free agent, but Burnley manager Vincent Kompany has ruled out signing him because the Clarets need players who can sprint. Burnley manager Vincent Kompany jokingly said that Ronaldo wouldn’t be coming to Burnley while he was a commentator for the BBC. The storied frontman, who was let go by Manchester United and is now free to choose a new team, won’t be pounding them for the clarets any time soon.

When asked if he would sign the 37-year-old forward for Burnley, he said with a wry smile that they needed guys who could run. With the exception of United manager Erik ten Hag, Kompany said, he didn’t believe anyone handled the situation effectively. “I believe that everyone loses in the end, with the possible exception of Manchester United’s manager. I believe the issue has been settled, and I am confident they will move past it.

Following his appearance on TalkTV, the Portuguese forward’s team reportedly pulled up his estimated £500,000 per week contract. Once the World Cup is done, Ronaldo will start looking for a new team. The attacker might transfer to either Newcastle United or Saudi Arabian club, Al-Nassar. Chelsea and Sporting CP have both been connected in the past.

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Salman Shaikh
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